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Area roundup 9/15

September 16, 2002

PREP FOOTBALL



Sidwell 42, No. 7 St. James 14

WASHINGTON DC- Mo Rodriguez of St. James had 29 rushes for 188 yards and touchdown and a two-point conversion, while Miles Chan had six rushes for 63 yards and two receptions for 19 yards and a touchdown for St. James (2-1, 0-1).

St. James 6 0 8 0 - 14

Sidwell 14 21 7 0 - 42

Records: Sidewell 3-0, 1-0 St. James 2-1, 0-1

Aberdeen 34, Frederick 31

ABERDEEN, Md. - Frederick failed to convert the point after touchdown four times, which, in the end would cost them the game Friday night. The Cadets scored twice in the final three minutes of the game, including a hail mary as time expired to bring them within three points of Aberdeen.

Potomac Falls 13, Jefferson 10

CASCADES, Va. - Jefferson led 7-0 at the half Friday night from a Cody Gustines touchdown pass to Jeremy Male, but Potomac Falls tied the game in the second half to send the game to overtime. Jefferson kicked a field goal in overtime, but Potomac came back with a touchdown to win the game.

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Jason Reefer rushed for 66 yards and Mike Davis had 39 for Jefferson (1-2, 0-0).




BOYS SOCCER



No. 5 Smithsburg 3, Goretti 1

SMITHSBURG - Jerry Spessard led the way for Smithsburg with two goals. Zach Fay scored and had an assist for Smithsburg (4-0-1). Jay Gill scored for Goretti.

The Heights 2, St. James 0

WASHINGTON - For St. James (3-3), Alex Smith had eight saves.

Red Land 2, No. 8 Waynesboro 1

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - John Webber scored on a header from Brian Lisko in the first half, while James Woodring made seven saves for Waynesboro (2-3).

Mercersburg 12, B. Springs 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Shavaib Nerwat scored two goals, while Mark Ryscavage, Matt Diller, Eric Rahauser, Myles Horst, Johannes Kuhr, Garrett Six, Todd Locker, Chet Tippen and Elliott Van Ness each scored one, as Mercersburg Academy (3-0, 1-0, 0-0) pounded Berkeley Springs in an Apple Valley League game. Rahauser, Kuhr, Van Ness, Austin Mort and Ben Lampert each had assists in the victory.




GIRLS SOCCER



No. 1 Martinsburg 1, St. James 0

ST. JAMES - Kacie Keesecker scored unassisted early in the second half to lift the Bulldogs (5-1), who got four saves from Lauren Hunley. Kristen DiGirolamo made 14 saves for St. James (1-3-1).

University 3, No. 5 Hedgesville 1

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Leslie Kirk scored unassisted in the second quarter for the Eagles (4-2). University improved to 3-3.

No. 8 Walkersville 5, Brunswick 1

URBANA, Md. - Sarah Huber had two goals and an assist to pace the Lions (2-1) in the Frederick County Tournament consolation game. Walkersville also got a goal each from Tristian Flook, Stephanie Byrnes and Michelle White, an assist each from Shea Murray and Cara Dudiak, and five saves from Anna Lebo. Elizabeth McCallum scored the lone goal for Brunswick (0-3) off an assist from Meghan Sherman.




PREP VOLLEYBALL



C'burg falls in semifinals

DOVER, Pa. - Chambersburg went 5-4 in pool play before losing to Dover in the semifinals of the Dover Tournament.

Heather Ranck had 23 kills and 13 service points, Kristy Cramer had 12 kills and 15 service points and Marta Hodge had 40 assists and 15 service points for the Trojans.




JV VOLLEYBALL



Grace 3, Mercersburg Academy 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Grace Academy defeated Mercersburg Academy, 15-7, 9-15, 15-9, 16-14.




PREP GOLF



Stonewall Jackson 332 - Mercersburg Academy 334 - Parkview 334 - James Wood 370

at Whitetail, par 72

Stonewall Jackson: Adam Woodward 78, Trevor Jackson 85, Patrick McNamara 86

Parkview: Travis Stewart 78, Brain Dyack 79, Rob Arnone 85

Mercersburg Academy: Mike Marryman 79, Ted Zimmerman 82, Chris Gallon 85

James Wood: Paul Bneide 86

Record: Mercersburg is 2-1-1.




COLLEGE X-C



Terror Challenge

WESTMINSTER, Md. -Hagerstown Community College's men finished second with 79 points at McDaniel College, while Shepherd College finished third with 101 points. Mary Washington College finished first with 23 points.

Ryan Davis of HCC was the overall men's winner with a time of 27 minutes, 33 seconds. Also for HCC, Brian Lewis finished 12th. For Shepherd, Justin Faith finished sixth and Danny Channel finished 18th.

The Shepherd women finished third with 75 points. The team champ was Mary Washington with 20 points. For Shepherd, Carol Gill finished fourth at 20:06 and Liz Lowrie was ninth in 20:57. Laura Stouffer was HCC's leading runner at 21:14.




WOMEN'S TENNIS



WVU-Tech 6, Shepherd 3

At Martinsburg, W.Va.

Singles: 1. Crissy Smith (WVT) d. Catherine Daniel, 6-2, 6-3; 2. Ashley Portrey (S) d. Erin McFann, 6-4, 6-2; 3. Jessica Rorer (S) d. Amanda Skaggs, 7-5, 6-3; 4. Shelley Watkins (WVT) d. Leigh Burch, 6-2, 6-2; 5. Tara Carte (WVT) d. Melissa McCabe, 6-3, 6-4; 6. Lyndsey Jones (WVT) d. Ashley Doorman, 6-0, 6-0. Doubles: 1. Smith/Watkins (WVT) d. Daniel/Rorer, 9-8 (1); 2. Burch-Portrey (S) d. McFann-Skaggs, 9-8 (3); 3. Carte-Jones (WVT) d. McCabe-Kristen Charles, 8-1.

Record: Shepherd 1-3 (0-2).




COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL



HCC 3, Anne Arundel CC 2

Hagerstown Copmmunity College (5-2, 2-0) defeated Anne Arundel Community College in five sets, 26-30, 30-12, 30-26, 26-30, 15-10.

Amanda Storms had 27 digs, nine kills, five blocks and three aces to lead HCC, while Emily Beecher had nine kills and five blocks. Chelsea Joliffe had 33 assists, Melanie Whitt had 12 digs and Mandy Myers had nine kills, also for HCC.




WOMEN'S SOCCER



McDaniel 5, Shepherd 0

WESTMINSTER, Md. - Amy Ridgely made nine saves for Shepherd (1-4).




ADULT SOFTBALL



Maryland Correctional sweeps

OCEAN CITY, Md. - The Maryland Correctional Training Center Softball Team swept through the Division of Corrections Annual Softball Tournament undefeated last week.

MCTC. defeated MCI twice along the way, 15-13 in the winners bracket and again 19-6 in the championship. Leading hitters for MCTC were Pat Speir and Rod Beard, who both hit over .800. Rich Hayes and Bobby Werner hit over .700 and both J.J. Wilson and Gary Smith hit over .600. Todd Ricker and Speir led the team with three home runs a piece. Kelly Barciz was named Most Valuable Player for her outstanding defensive play.

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